Groundbreaking DJ/remixer/producer/radio host DEE JAY SILVER, who released his album Corners this summer,is coming to Pittsburgh on Saturday, November 23rd at the PPG Paints Arena with Luke Combs. Silver will entertain the crowds between sets by Combs, Morgan Wallen and Jameson Rodgers.
Corners (Reven8te Nashville), released July 26th, marks the first full-length album of original music from Dee Jay Silver in his nearly 20-year career. The album captures the open-format performer’s unique ability to blend all types of music from hip-hop and rock to house and country into a non-stop at-home party featuring an array of guest artists from all genres including LOCASH, Waterloo Revival, Lil’ Flip, Constantine, and recent The Voice contestant Rizzi Myers, among others.
“The reason for naming the record Corners is because this album literally takes you into all corners of my mind,” explains the multifaceted artist. “This album has songs from all genres. There’s country crossover songs from Waterloo Revival and LOCASH and hip-hop tracks featuring Constantine from LA and Lil’ Flip from Houston, plus a remix of my single ‘Safe Zone,’ Top 40 pop songs, original house tracks made for the clubs, and more. This album has been a long time in the making and I’m excited for everyone to finally hear it!”
Cornersofficially begins with a sweet prelude from Silver’s 3-year-old son, Wake, leading into the album’s critically-acclaimed debut pop-country single “Getaway Driver” featuring country duo Waterloo Revival. Elsewhere on the 11-track album is a remix of his 2018 R&B-tinged single “Safe Zone” featuring Cort Carpenter, EDM bangers “Bring That Bass Back” and “Drop It Like,” hip-hop tracks “Go Off” featuring Constantine and Lil’ Flip and “Rubberband Money” featuring Rizzi Myers, and the country-dance-leaning “Don’t Get Better Than That” featuring LOCASH, the latter of which Silver recently told Celeb Secrets is the song he’s most proud of on the album. “The first tour bus I was ever on was with [LOCASH] about 12 or 13 years ago,” he explained. “We’ve been working forever trying to do records together and finally, we got a track together so it’s great.”
In addition to his tour dates with Luke Combs, the Nashville-based artist, one of music’s most in-demand and busiest entertainers, can also be found on his 10th tour alongside Jason Aldean, at club residencies in Las Vegas, Nashville, San Diego and Atlantic City, and on the main stage at various country music festivals including the Tortuga Music Festival, Rock The South, Country LakeShake Festival, Faster Horses Country Music Festival and Watershed Music Festival. Dee Jay Silver also continues to host (since 2014) his own weekly radio show “The Country Club with Dee Jay Silver,” syndicated nationally via Compass Media Networks every Friday and Saturday nights, and serves as a music editor for DJCity, providing the record pool with country tracks and remixes. Additionally, Dee Jay Silver has launched a new project called RoadHouse with Las Vegas’ DJ Ikon, which made their debut at the Faster Horses Country Music Festival in July, that will be bringing the party to festivals, nightclubs, pool parties and more from coast to coast. Dee Jay Silver’s music, including his singles “Safe Zone,” “Made To Do” and “Just Got Paid” and original remixes, has been streamed over 4 million times collectively on Spotify.
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MEDIA PRAISE FOR DEE JAY SILVER
“The DJ AM of country music.” – The Wrap
“[Dee Jay Silver] treated country like any other genre – mixing it seamlessly with mainstream hip-hop and dance hits.” – New York Times
“Country’s premiere track-tweaking, bass-juicing DJ” – Music Radar
“A genius when it comes to remixing some of the country genre’s finest recordings, both traditional and modern.” – Digital Journal
“Ambassador of blending electronic beats with country vibes.” – EDM Identity
“Silver strategizes his sets in a way few DJs do. Who else could drop Dierks Bentley, Tiesto and DJ Snake into the same mix?” – Las Vegas Weekly
“It’s Silver who is the X Factor. His mixes between sets [on Jason Aldean’s tour] keeps the crowd amped up so that by the time the headliner takes the stage, they’re already at Level 10.” – Taste of Country